GERVONTA DAVIS thrives on the celebrity lifestyle.

The unbeaten lightweight champion, 27, puts his WBA strap on the line against Rolando Romero on May 28.

Championed by Floyd Mayweather Jr, Davis' fast hands and huge punching power have made him a feared two-weight champion.

Rising from humble beginnings, 'Tank' started boxing aged five and won his first world title in 2017, with his current pro record a proud 26-0.

That includes an incredible 24 wins by knockout, with Isaac Cruz last fall becoming just the second man to take Davis the distance.

And away from the ring, the Baltimore native likes to splash the cash with his net worth estimated to be around $6million.

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That hefty bank balance fuels Tank's love of fast cars, expensive jewellery and tattoos, with Davis covered in symbolic body art.

Those fast hands are put to good use in Davis' epic car collection, with his prized motor an outrageous customized USSV Rhino GX.

One reviewer described the vehicle as "fit for a warlord" and it comes decked out with some unbelievable features.

Under the hood is a mammoth 6.8-liter V8, which rumbles to the tune of 440bhp.

This $330,000 behemoth isn't built for speed though – it puts comfort top of the list.

Inside the seven-seater there's a massive in-built TV, complete with Apple CarPlay so passengers can watch Apple TV and stream iTunes on the sound system.


There's huge leather seats in the front and back, as well as chunky off-road tyres to tackle any terrain.

And for a personal touch, the car even includes Davis' own GTD branding.

It's hard to imagine there's much room left in the garage, but Davis also manages to squeeze in a $330k Rolls Royce Cullinan, a Corvette Stingray and a gorgeous Lamborghini Urus SUV.

No celebrity garage would be complete without a Ferrari 458, while Tank also owns a relatively modest Range Rover.

If getting noticed is the plan, it's definitely working – and the boxing champ also prides himself on his appearance.

Davis has a fascination with jewellery and is often decked out in diamond-encrusted necklaces, expensive watches and chunky rings.

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His collection runs into the millions of dollars – but in 2019, Davis suffered a break-in where over $6m worth of bling was taken.

The robbery occurred just hours after Davis boasted about a gold chain and timepiece on Instagram.

He begged for their safe return, writing: "Yo somebody broke into my house here in Cali and stole my jewelry [sic]…If somebody try to sell it let me know!"

One thing nobody can take away from Tank is his body art, with the champ covered from head to toe in tattoos.

He now has more than twenty separate pieces, including a gorilla's face on his chest, a tat that reads 'Blessed' on his neck and a pair of boxing gloves on his bicep.

Davis also sports a 'hidden' tattoo on the underside of his right forearm, which depicts the Playboy bunny.

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And the tattoos are not just restricted to his upper body, with Davis sporting a women's portrait on his lower leg and a bizarre tribute to Michael Jackson's Thriller on his right thigh.

The tatt was inspired by the 1982 song and all-time best-selling album, which saw the king of pop turn into a zombie during an iconic video.

Sharing the new art in 2018 with his 3.3m Instagram followers, Davis wrote: "RIP the GOAT".

Returning to the ring on May 28, Tank defends the WBA strap he won by stopping Mario Barrios in June 2021.

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